Hyperlink is a feature in CAD which allows you to link any entity in the drawing file to an URL, any file or any location in a file. You can create absolute hyperlinks, which allows you to store the full path to a file, or relative hyperlinks, which will store a partial path relative to a base folder or a Uniform Resource Locator (URL). You can attach hyperlink to any entity in the drawing file.
Wipeout creates a polygonal area that masks underlying objects with the current background color. The wipeout area is created by a frame that you can turn on or off when required . You can also select to display the frame on screen and have it hidden for plotting.
Wipeouts are created using existing polygons, closed zero-width polylines made up of only line segments, or new polylines that you draw while using the Wipeout command.
How to create a Hyperlink:
1) Type Hyperlink in the command bar/ Select Hyperlink option from Insert Menu
2) Select the entity you want to link and press Enter
3) Do one of the following:
4) Enable use relative path for Hyperlink option to use a common path for all hyperlinks in the drawing. It provided flexibility to move files to a different folder.
5) Click OK to close the Edit Hyperlink dialog box.
How to remove a Hyperlink:
1) Type Hyperlink in the command bar/Select Hyperlink option from Insert Menu
2) Select the entity and press Enter to open the Edit Hyperlink Dialog box
3) Click Remove link and click ok to close the Edit Hyperlink Dialog box
How to access a Hyperlink:
1) Select an entity with Hyperlink and right click anywhere in the drawing area
2) Click on Open link which leads to the url or webpage you provided to that entity.
Link to File or URL Enter the filename or URL for the hyperlink.
Browse To locate and select the desired file.
Remove Link To delete the hyperlink.
Use Relative Path for Hyperlink Mark to use a relative path for the hyperlink, which helps you to use a common path for all or most hyperlinks in the drawing. If you move files to a different folder, you can change the relative path once rather than changing them all individually. To know more about relative path, please go through the HYPERLINKBASE system variable.
Hyperlink Base Enter the path to use for the relative base of the hyperlink. You can also click Browse to choose a folder, or click Relative to Current Drawing to make the hyperlink relative to the drawing file.
Named Location in File (Optional) Enter a named location in a file. For example, enter the HTML label of a specific location in an HTML file.
Hyperlink Description (Optional) Enter a description for the hyperlink. The description displays in the Entity Properties dialog box.